User talk:Acw2545

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Cut from Yale:

A notable practice within the university is that of the Secret Societies, being the most famous (or infamous). Both George W. Bush and John Kerry, along with droves of other notable statesmen, politicians, and magnates of industry and finance comprised the ranks of this brotherhood. It should also be noted that John Kerry was a member of the prestigious, although now defunct, Fence Club. Other societies, some of which are entitled "honor societies" include Scroll and Key, Aurelian, Book and Snake, Berzelius, Manuscript, and St. Anthony's.

Can you write an article about Yale's secret societies? Or even about one like Skull and Bones? --Ed Poor Talk 13:19, 1 December 2007 (EST)